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Hi I'm Lacey

I'm a wife, I'm a mother, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I come from a family of ten children and two loving parents. They mean the world to me. Family has always been and continues to be important to me. I met my husband while he was going to school and I working. We married and were excited to begin a family of our own. We had a difficult time getting pregnant but after three years we were finally blessed with a son. When he was two years old he was diagnosed autistic. While it has been challenging at times we love him so very much and I wouldn't change anything about his sweet spirit. He continues to be the biggest and best blessing in our lives. I love the life I have been given and the family I have been blessed to have.

Why I am a Mormon

Through all the ups and downs that I have experienced I know that I am nothing without my faith in my Savior, Jesus Christ. He strengthens me and helps me. Whenever I have asked for help it has been given. I myself am nothing without my faith.

How I live my faith

I am a young women's leader in my ward. This group ranges from the twelve year olds to the eighteen year olds. During this time in their lives I am grateful to be with them and to help them to strive to live a Christ centered life. To help them to make correct choices that will bring them happiness. It is the best calling and I love working with the youth.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Lacey
Everything we do is to strengthen the family. My own family is a great source of strength to me. I believe that to achieve a loving and happy family through following the example of Jesus Christ is to create a family that will always support and care for one another. It is wonderful to have people around me that understand and enjoy the same things I do. As I have my own family I have tried to put into practice the things that my own parents have taught me. It is through the family that we learn the love our Father in Heaven can have for each one of us individually and his desire for each of us to return to him. Show more Show less